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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1901
' , ' f A " T WV S rf4W SiW-Tp
the iiiilvorr Ity d-iiled Hint tlu Rov. Dr
Harlan hadi necopUd (he ignition. One
of tlwn fald that the piesldcncy had
not been formally tendered 'to him.
Other trustees admitted, however, that
all that is needed to complete the nego
tiations is Dr. Harlan's formal accept
ance. Dr. Harlan, Is a son of Justice John
Marshall Harlan of the United Statesi
supreme court an.l a brother of Attorney-General
Jame?. 8. Harlan of Porto
WARNED AGAINST CANADA.
Are You to Going to the Mountains or to
"On the Great Clock of Time There is Bat One Word
r J 4
If to the mountains for a pleasure trip, you will
necessarily need a Rifle, a Shotgun, Revolver,
Shotgun and Rifle Ammunition, Hunting
Knives, Cooking Utensils, Camp Furniture, etc.
We have all of the above that will makea good
outfit for pleasure,
l24 to 126 E. Washington Street. 127 to 131 E. Adams Street.
REMEMBER THK QREY HOR3E IN FRONT.
JUSTICE ORAM'S COUfiT
Romero's Trouble and the Starting of
a Perjury Case.
Jur.tlre Gray"." legal machinery was
,1)11-oiled up yesterday to try Jesus Ro
rnoio for disturbing the peace. The de
fondant cut the performance -hoit by
pleading guilty. He was sent to Jail
and sentence will b- given this moru
la!:. Jesus was the complaining wit
no." who caused the arrest of Fran
cisco Fran"o on the ramp charge, al
leging that the woman had S'hot him In
the head. She was tried and dis
charged, the evidence showing that she
had not shot Jesm, but would havL
done so. He not only wanted to whip
her but tiled to do so, but was not gen
. tlejnun enough to ask her out Into the
yaid wlteie they would have a Talr
show, so he InvadeJ her house, and
finding her In bed. rolled up hli sleeves
and went at her. She rolled out on tho
fcUther side of the bid, and securing a
club of practlral ptoportlons, proceeded
tojdo lilin bodily Injury. When lie
brought his head up town lie thought,
hn.doifbt. It had be-n shot or strack by
Cnu Alarm- was also arrested yes
leidny -in u warrant from Justice
Omy's (unit, the charge being perjury.
Marcus Jr. the g?ntlfunn who sometime
ro seined the conviction of a man
named Olivia on the charge of stealing
Ills wawli. OlMntived his term and
vh?n h legair.ii: his liberty he did a
little dote tlv. ..k thnt lesulted In
hlj locating the uutth in the hands, of
the man to whom It Imd been pawned
by th- owner lie her. tsured Marcus
t. le .-r.-iiii. Th i-.s will be tried
Agulnaldo taking the oath. The head
ing of the article Is "Arellano .Wins
Aggie Over to the Night Side." In the
article oeeuni this paragraph, whlrh
will be framed and hung up in the of
llces of the civil service colnmlsalon:
"Finally, the chief Justice Avent over
the laws if the Philippine commission
one by one. When he came to the ci
vil service bill and the school bill,
Agulnaldo exclaimed: 'I cannot long
er hold out against the United States
and serve the best Interests of my peo
ple. I will take the oath.' This he did
RUSSIAN-PERSIAN LOAN FAILS.
Shah Unwilling to Grant Privilege.? De
manded by Czar's Government.
SHOT AT FIANCEE'S SIDE.
Woman Says That Copp Didn't Know
the Pistol Was Loaded.
WITHDRAWAL FROM CUBA
The Matter is Now in the Hands of
Vlnoland, N. J June 4. In the pies
ence of his llancee, Miss Josephine
Verrey. Ward Nelson Copp killed him
self last night by llrlng a bullet Into
his brain. The shooting occurred at
the house of Miss Kllas Doughty, whom
Miss Verrey Is visiting, and the young
woman was alone In the parlor with
him at the time. Miss Verrey says that
the shooting was accidental; that
while they were sit tlnir mi the snf.i Mr.
Copp extracted some irtrldcea from
his revolver and remarked, as he held
the weapon by his ear, "It's empty,
llht-n." Then he nulled the trlirirer
ligalll and asrain. when unililenlv the
revolver was dlsehaiged and Ward fell
Mr. Copp and hlr. tlancep were boln
about 22 years of age. Their devotion
to each other has been very tnark I.
Ml9 Verrey. home Is at lona, N. J.
St. Petersburg, June f. News has
been received from Persia that the pro
posed new Itusslan loan of lfl.OOfl.OOO t
20,000,000 roubles has fallen through be
cause the shah was unwilling to give
the required secuiity and grant the
privileges requested In south Persia.
Ilrltlsh intluenes Is blamed for the fail
ure of the loan.
LAKB FORESTS PRESIDENCY.
Italian Emigrants Need Money to Sue
ceed In Dominion.
P.omr, June C The 'under foreign
secretary, Slg. Martlno, In the chamber
of dcmilles today, replying to oi III
I'lims of the treatment of Italian emi
grants In Canada, raid the present laws
left the government poweiless to con
trol emigration. The Italian consul at
Montreal had reported that the cir
culars of the Canadian agents were
misleading, that emigrants from the
south of Italy would be going to cer
tain ruin and that only emigrants with
money oouljl benefit under the condi
tions offered by the Canadian govern
ERIE CANAL INSPECTION.
Albanyv June fi. Col. John N. Part
ridge, state superintendent of pubir
works. Is engaged in making an Inspec
tlo of tihe western division of the Erie
.canal. He left Huffnlo on Tuesday and
Is due In Rochester today. He will con
tinue eastward to Syracuse,
Wc offer, subject to sale, SO acrejv of
good lnnd In alfalfa, with water right,
SI miles noithwest of city, nt Hr.00
per acre; under Grand canal. The
Evans Loan and Investment Co.
Onice Tendered to the nev. It. D. Hnr
Ian of Itoches.ter.
For a fowl, steak, chops or game and
a cold stein, try the Capitol Chop
House. Orchestra every evening
G. Stewart, proprietor.
Chicago. June 5. The Itev. Ulchard
D. Harlan, pastor of the Third Presby
terian church of Itochester, has left
Chicago, for th east, after conferring
with the trustees of Iake Forest uni
versity In regard to n-cepltng the pres
Uency of that institution. Trustees of
N. Porter Saddle and Harness Co., 142
East Washington St., for best vaquero
saddles. Wo guarantee them not to
huit or break.
The best of everything at tho Homo
Baking Company. Telephone 2311.
MAimiAGE OF MILLIONS.
Wa'-lilngton, June 3. The acceptance
of thu Piatt amendment by the Cuban
convention does not settle nt once the
question of withdrawal of the United
States trooiw for Cuba, and until the
lepoit of the delegates who visited
Washington Is ice -Ived here and the
full text of the re-solutlonu adopted as
part of the Cuban constitution Is nt
hand, the olllclals ni-e not committing
themselves. The coblnet will have to
discuss, the matter full before any
action !s taker.
Senotnr O. II. Plntt. the fhalrman of
. the senate committee on Cuba and au
thor of the Piatt amendment. Is here,
and this morning had a eonwiltatlou
with Secretary Hoot on the subtert.
"While gratllled at the action of the Cu
ban In accepting his amendment. Sen
ator Piatt refutes to dlscuhs the ques
tion further than to say that. In his
opinion, congress would have nothing
more'to do with the affairs of Cuba, tho
ret!dtnt having full authority now to
withdraw our tioops from the Island.
AVHEN AGUINALDO YIELDED.
Whnt'lndu.-ed Him to Take the Oath
Washington, June 4. There wns re
ceived at the olllcey. of the civil service
commission today a copy of, the New
American, a newspaper published In
Manila, bearing the date of April 4.
The first two columns of the first page
are given over to a description of
New York. June 4. Several hundred
lwople gathered In St. Patrick's ca
thedral this morning to witness one
of the most fashionable and at the
fame time one of th? most elaborate
church weedlngs of the year. The
bride was Mrs. John Vinton Dahlgren.
whose flrst husband died a little over
two years ago In Colorado, and the
bridegroom was Harry Lehr, who has
been a conspicuous member of New
York's ultra-fashionable set for several
years. Archbishop Corrlgan ofllciated
at the marriage ceremony, which was
followed by a small reception nt the
brlde'3 home In West Fifty-sixth
The In Me of today Is a daughter of
Mr. Joseph Drexel, the late Phlladel
phla banker. She Is wealthy, her In
heritance coming from her father's es
tate being $10,000,000. She has one
child. Another, a boy, died when quite
young, and a chapel was erected at
the George Hrown university to his
memory. .Mr. Lehr Is a native of Jlal
tlmore, but has been cnnsnlfou In N-
York society since he took up his res
idence In this city. His sister Is the
wife of Frederick Gcbhard, the well
known club man.
PALACE OF FASHION
Special Sale For 20 Days
FROM MAY 27 TO JUNE 16.
wlicn every Suit, Trousers or Summer
Clotliinir is reduced from i? to zz per
cent, is liie best lime of Hie year lo invest in Clolli
in'. "S nii'll realize the handsomest dividends pos
sible (.n your money for our clothing, in addition
to heinij the lowest in price, is unequalled for wear,
style and fit. You had better buy
We have the clothing stock of the city
when it comes to I3ovs' Goods. There
are beautiful little Vcstee Suits, superlatively finished
and chic in appearance; other rich goods in two-piece
suits. The $3.50 suits are $2.50, the $5.00 suits arc
$3-75. a"(' SO.00 suits are $4.50. These prices are
good for a few days only, and all our clothing stock
is discounted proportionately. To save money buy
while assortments are largest, while
prices are lowest, before the irreat
Summer Clothing season closes, send your Hus
bands, bring your 15oys, come prepared to buy, for
this sale is in full blast it only lasts a few days
don't put it off another day. Supply yourself and
familv with clothintr
i m m
before buying a Xegligce Shirt, what you are getting.
A look in our middle window will give you an idea
of some of the patterns of
OUR 85c NLGLIGEE SHIRTS
Some with collars and cuffs attached, some with two collars and a pair of cuffs,
some with a pair of cuffs only. Madras and cheviot weaves cut large and O K
roomy, big enough for any man and regular $1.2.", and $.f0 values for . OOC
About July 1st we will close our store for the summer months and
have decided before doing so to place our entire- stock of Woolens
at Sacrllke Prices. Our stock of Woolens consists of the very finest
fabrics In light, medium and heavy weights. Woolens of all descriptions.
Following is a List of Our Prices.
All our $30.00 Suitings reduced to $22 00
All our J32.00 Suitings reduced to $23 50
All our $33.00 Suitings reduced to $26 50
All our J3S.00 Suitings reduced to $29.50
All our $10.00 Suitings reduced to .' $31.50
Our $S and JS.DO Trouserings reiluced to $5.00 '
Our $0.50 Trouserings reduced to $7.00
Our $10 and $10.S0 Trouserings reduced to $8.00
Others reduced In the same proportions.
These Prices Are Below Cost.
SHOE & CJLOTHING STORE.
REMEMBER OUR KRKtt TCrprnvn?vT tttut?att
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MELLINS FOOD FRESH
WE are displaying In our EAST window
from tho MAKEHS. No old flt--ck on hand.
IJAIIY FOODS of ALL, kinds kept In stock at proper prices.
Hemember you get what you ask for at
EVEN' CHINA CAN'T COMPETE.
American Cotton .Mills Not Affected Hy
in-Cent Labor In Shanghai.
New York, June 4. Evelyn E. Porter,
nn o'ectrlcal engineer connected with
the cotton mills at Shanghai. China. Is
u i . . .. ;: . i
n a n.nci Mere, iie says mat tile s X
cotton mills in Shanghai, each having
I0.OCO spindles cannot compote, even I
with their cheat) Chines inhor. with
th American manufacturers. The orlg- i
inators of the n ants In China exnected .
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large tironis, nut by rigid economy
they have been unable to earn more
than 3 per cent on their Investment.
The woir.ui In the Chinese mills, Mr.
Porter said, are paid fifteen cents per
day. He explained that competition
with American made goods Is unsuc
'Cfsful, because ,in American opcrativo
enn io better work and four times
more in a given time than n Chinese.
Consequently American products aro
putting out Chinese goods In Chinese
Take. Advantage of This Sale !
For such opportunities will never
present themselves ofjain.
To those whoM trade we have not met before we wish to say that
this Is strictly flrst-cjass tailoring and we M give you the same
workmanship and linings as though you paid lull price. We will reopen
about September 1st an a first-class Ladles' and Gents' Tailoring Establishment.
Pomelo, the latest and best drink at
the fountain. Brltley Drug Co.
$15 Buggy harness, nil hand-made.
N. Porter's, H2 East Washington.
Leader in Style, Quality and Low Prices.
i JNUKTH CENTER STREET.
Open Every Night Until 8:30.
Important Things To IJe Considered At
the "Frisco Meeting.
ml College, ex.
, ,- - - - " w vmii-H amies run
?.i"J?txM,,,,Fr" J.U:' adlntr Specialist In
cri", ,.'. """in" ihcb. iiinoit. Skin.
?iT,iYrln"rX' Ban"-. Private an,(
Szul illrit.ps, Huminal Weakness with
exhHu.t.;. itlliy rmKi.cntly ciirSl. Can
f,?,r." ?!"! cu'nni KroiTth. removed with
out the knife or netcre incurci. Tho
renMinolDr IIIM.srd'x reiiiarknblo micecu is
t?n "i1'1? U,"F "eerleiuo Hml cucntlonHl
WlltylnlreHtliiK.impllcteit an.l IntrliMo
i kN, I Inio your cans m liln ),d ,) tl0
'"", '"'Hi lii'iiemiy Hii.t ncluntlllvallr lie.
iiiomltertieilciiiii-H ,i cutlro tlmoandMn.ly
to chronic riiM-aw. If r"lble Alwavi hi
I?. ,1 V"k 'rr'''n''lnlidcntinlly. Manycaaeii
yhsl.1 In homo troatincnt. Hefcrcncci: All the
Banks. .imI prominent buMnc. men "( tho
'"hhuuu. iii dc refill nr iiviAttt
San Eranclsco, June 4. The thlr
tcnth annual convention of the Na
tional Association of Rallioad Commis
sioners opened nt the Palace hotel In
this city today, nearly forty states bs
Ing represented. Clcnrn j. i.lmiiv nr
Lllllnols. Is president of tho association,
and fc.dward A. Moseley of tho Inter-
siato commerce commission, Is secre
tary. President Llndly called the con
vention to order nt 10 o'clock and de
HverHl nn address.
The following matters will be taken
up In the order mentioned: Classifica
tion of operating and construction ex
penses of electric ralhvavs. trmiin emu.
flings, railroad taxes and plans for as
certaining fair valuation of railroad
properties, classification of construc
tion expenses, what earning nr inte
state railways constitute gross earn
ings within a state xthat can b "justly
assigned ns taxable where the tax is
upon gross earnings, railroad statis
tics, legislation, safety appliances, de-
S?"!-":;"!:. -v W1!!!1'!1?107' omri la)s nUen,,nnt Pn enforcing of rail-K;Vii,nSrrifoc-2u.
ArTona A"m,c' ,l"-. r'''"l commissions, uniform clas.iaca-
The Wakelin Grocer Co.'s
Canned Oysters and Salmon
Is Very Fine.
While .you are inspecting them, don't neglect
their full line of
FOn SALE. All kinds of improved and
unimproved city and ranch property.
Best vnlues In orange groves nnd or.
ange land to be had In the valley.
Well located 5 and 10 acre lots.
$10,000 to loan on city or ranch nron-
erty In amounts, to suit.
$2,000.00 buys a good business In Pres-
cott; pays $1,200.00 to $1,500.00 per year.
320 acres of land CO miles from
Omaha, Neb., to exchange for valley
20 and SO-ncre ranch for rent.
Fine residence to exchange for land
under any of the old canals.
E. A Spaulding
Wo. 41 Wt Artatrm Htroa.
A. J.. BRADLEY,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Graduate Chicago College of Embalming to attend
Ladies and Children.
PHONB 841, 216 WE3T WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX, AKIZ.
FIrsIt:-cmsnsJmelSnrnnh!nff' ProPrIet0ri" e nlng room, newly furnished.
Phoenix? 3 PatronaSe solicited. 23-27 eouth Center St.,
uaviko runciiAsni) the . . .
of C. II. Wheeler, next door to the P.O., I am
better prepared than ever to serve tho public
with tac best of meats la Arizona. Co mo and
A. WEILEn, Proprietor.
Formerly of Center Street Market.
Sole Agents for BOSS FLOUR.
The Wakelin Grocer Co. I Cloak and Suit House.
Just Received a Large
and Select Line of
For Suits and Skirts
BIG REDUCTION on Silk
Skiits and Silk Waists
We have jurt completed stock taking and rame lias brouglit to light $
many odds and tnds, and we find It necessary that these must go to make!
room for new good3 daily arriving.
ODD PAIRS OF CURTAINS, consisting of lots of 1, 2 and 3 pair, in
jj particular, have been brought to light
sj very deep cuts in the prices thereon.
To clear these out we have made
v " - i"".m wiereon. f
S butT'tldnk Ti,be JUSt, th Ume yU WUId thlnk of "'""harins curtain
fi vwVr ttt- MATERIAL by the yard. DOTTED S
SWISSES. SILKATINES, all Mill be treated likewise. S
We feel confident that your inspection of I
p. ",ooc mies win amply repay you
Telephone No. 2281.
Cor. Washington and Second St3.
Mail Orders Promptly Attended to,
THE BEST ALWAYS"